Sunday, 16 December 2012

Snow White & The Hunstman DVD Giveaway


The breathtaking new vision of the legendary tale is from Joe Roth, the producer of Alice in Wonderland, producer Sam Mercer (The Sixth Sense) and acclaimed commercial director and state-of-the-art visualist Rupert Sanders.




The fab classic revised Brothers Grimm style, Snow White and the Huntsman is a dark, action-fantasy film. Packed out with awesome special effects. 

Some of the story is like the classic Disney film, Snow White evil stepmother has the power to maintain her youth, the magic mirror warns the evil stepmother that Snow White's innocence and purity as she comes of age will destroy her chance at immortality. When Snow White escapes from the castle prison, she hires a downtrodden Huntsman to bring her back so that she can steal her youth and achieve personal immortality. But Snow White runs into a dark and sinister forest where mushrooms disperse hallucinogenic spores, trees come to life, flocks of bats spring from inanimate objects, and dwarves lurk in the shadows. The roles of the seven dwarves and the Huntsman in this version of the story prove to be quite different from the original, but what remain steadfast are Snow White's inner strength and absolute goodness, and her stepmother's innate evilness. 

Stars the fab Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron Chris Hemsworth  & Sam Claflin.

I have a copy up for grabs for one of my readers, to enter just fill in the form below. 




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205 comments:

  1. I have loads!!!!! But I have been enjoying the Twilight movies - just been to see the final - Breaking Dawn 2 and it was fab!

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  2. Gosh that's a hard one, so many great films, probably The Green Mile, fav Christmas film is Elf xx

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  3. I love the Harry potter films x

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  4. I dont know its hard to pick! recently i liked what to expect when youre expecting

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  5. I love all the old Adam Sandler films. Little Nicky is one of my favourites xx

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  6. I love the Inbetweeners movie - also home alone!

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  7. Nearly as old as me but The Rocky Horror Picture Show. First thing I bought with my first wages. :) :D x

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  8. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is an entrancing, feel-good film. It's my favourite.

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  9. all the Harry Potter films :)

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  10. That's a tough question as I love loads of films, but I love The Colour Purple that little bit more.

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  11. Grease! I know it's cheesy but i think it's amazing and it always cheers me up :)

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  12. The Shawshank Redemption

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  13. Bram Stokers Dracula, I love that film :)

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  14. the outsiders.

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  15. Titanic as we have sailed to new york a couple of times.

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  16. Gosh so many ... The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is up there for me. Love it.

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  17. That's a hard choice, I love Ghost and Dirty Dancing but a recent film I love is Grown Ups with Adam Sandler

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  18. My old time fave film is cry baby by johny depp - its a really old one!

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  19. oh gosh hard question I think its Monty Pythons Holy Grail always makes me laugh !!

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  20. I love Shawshank Redemption but for something a little more lighthearted, it has to be Muriel's Wedding. Love it!

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  21. charlie and the chocolate factory

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  22. Would have to be grease, can watch it over and over and over x

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  23. I like quite a few but I have always loved the Home Alone Films. Really funny!

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  24. have so so many favs but i do love grease x

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  25. Such a difficult choice as so many, I love the Lord of the Rings films

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  26. This minute it is probably Pretty Woman!

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  27. The Green Mile

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  28. I have lots of faves depending on my mood, lol, but a recent discovery has been "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" with Tom Hanks - Brilliant

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  29. The Sound od Music - an all time favourite

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  30. Either It's a Wonderful Life or ET. Both really heartwarming.

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  31. The Blues Brothers

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  32. ░H░A░P░P░ Y░ ░N░E░W░ Y░E░A░R░

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  33. The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers

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  34. Jurassic park, can't wait till it comes out in 3D

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  35. Charlotte Ingham1 January 2013 at 14:05

    The Prestige :)

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  36. I have to admit, it's The Sound of Music. Hankies at the ready from the very start!!

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  37. Would still after be Dirty Dancing even after all these years :)

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  38. lots of favourites, most recent Beautiful Lies

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  39. 50 First Dates

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  40. Recently seen the brilliant Pitch Perfect.

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  41. Stand by me! Its amazing :)

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  42. Too many to choose from! I've loved Stand By Me for years though :)

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  43. Dirty Dancing

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  44. Wrong turn - i love a good horror film x

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  45. Dirty Dancing, still after all these years!

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  46. The 40 Year Old Virgin - never tire of watching it!

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  47. My favourite film changes a lot - at Christmas time I always say it's Love Actually!

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  48. Gone with the Wind - long but fantastic.

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  49. My fave film is "Adventures in babysitting" -altho I'm quite sure the name was changed!

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  50. I love Gladiator, Russell Crowe is just gorgeous in this.

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  51. I have quite a few favourite films - I love the Twilight Saga, however at the moment my favourite film has to be Rise of the Guardians! Recommended, my 3 year old loved it x

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  52. Jesse Partington3 January 2013 at 11:49

    Got to be "The Magnificent Seven".

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  53. Its A Wonderful Life

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  54. any of the american pie films

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  55. Grease is one of my faves film

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  56. The Notebook

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  57. I can't choose just one - I love Pan's Labrinth, Amelie, Alica in Wonderland amongst others

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  58. At this time of year, I love The Holiday :D

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  59. My Favourite film is

    The house of the flying daggers!
    The first film i watched with my partner when we met seven years ago! xxx

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  60. Trains, planes and automobiles

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  61. My favourite movie has to be The Sound of Music starring Julie Andrews. A brilliant cast and unforgettable songs :)

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  62. The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.

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  63. thelma and louise- a good tearjerker!!!!!

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  64. Brave Heart is my favorite

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  65. Harry Potter! (deathly hallows part 1 the best one but cant reall seperate them!

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  66. independence day

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  67. Star Trek, both the movies and the tv series (all of them)

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  68. The nightmare before christmas

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  69. Pans labrynth

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  70. the Crow - The first one with the late Brandon Lee

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  71. The crow - the first one starring Brandon Lee

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  72. My favourite film has to be Love Actually

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  73. My favourite film has to be Love Actually

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  74. Expendables 2

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  75. It's got to be Sleepless in Seattle :-)

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  76. Batteries Not Included - I just loved it as a kid and still do!

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  77. its a really hard one, I love Bond films, harry potter, murder/mystery films

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  78. I love any of the spiderman movies and Westside Story

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  79. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - very funny!

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  80. Er, I'm not sure :O Crazy, Stupid, Love was great! x

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  81. I have a few favourites but I really liked Erin Brockovich.

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  82. Back to the furture ~ hard question though!!

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  83. My all time Favourite is Stand by Me, but I 4 closely behind that - Dogma, Star Dust, Love Actually and The Outsiders

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  84. Heaven Can Wait starring Warren Beatty

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  85. Rebecca Woodroof11 January 2013 at 20:13

    Harry Potter

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  86. I have lots, but it's probably Back to the Future

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  87. I have so many... Outsiders, The Goonies

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  88. The Wizard of Oz.

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  89. Dirty Dancing is my all time favourite film

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  90. My fav film is Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

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  91. At the moment, probably Zombieland. I love woody harrelson he's such a prolific actor, He really makes this film.

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  92. My favourite film of all time is Breakfast at Tiffany's....I adore Audrey Hepburn!

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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  93. Die Hard - an absolute classic!

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  94. Chitty chitty bang bang -childhood fave

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